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Responding to our belief that all humanity matters to God, the Shepherd’s Shelf of Christ Lutheran Church seeks to serve all persons of our community who request food assistance with acceptance, love and dignity.  All persons are served without regard to race, religion, national origin, or any other factor.  No attempt will ever be made to ask those we serve to confess or adhere to any set of beliefs, nor shall membership in or support of Christ Lutheran Church be a requirement for our services.

PO Box 213

2211 Mainland Road

Kulpsville, PA 19443

Phone:  215-256-9015

Email:  shepherdshelf@gmail.com


Lois Kadel, Coordinator

loiskadel@gmail.com


The Shepherd’s Shelf serves families living along the Sumneytown Pike corridor from Towamencin Township to Green Lane.  Indificuals requesting assistance must sign a form declaring need, and provide proof of residency, along with a photo identification.

The Shepherd’s Shelf is open on Monday and Wednesday nights from 6:30 until 8:00 pm. Our distribution center is located at Christ Lutheran Church, 2211 Mainland Road (formerly Sumneytown Pike), Kulpsville, at the red building in the exit driveway.

The Shepherd’s Shelf raises funds to support its mission through an annual golf outing, donations from the members of Christ Lutheran Church, local churches,  community groups, fraternal organizations and local corporations.  A large portion of the food distributed is purchased from agencies such as Philabundance and regional food wholesalers.  The Shepherd’s Shelf is the recipient of many local food drives.

Shepherd’s Shelf is a member of the Nutrition Coalition - a collaboration of food cupboards serving the North Penn and Indian Valley communities.  

The Shepherd’s Shelf Sharing Garden provides fresh fruit and produce grown right in our own back yard.  One of the goals of The Shepherd’s Shelf is to provide healthy and nutritious food to our families.

In 2013 The Shepherd’s Shelf will begin distributing household cleaning products through a relationship with Diakon Social Services/Kathryn’s Kloset - headquartered in Baltimore, MD.  

The Shepherd’s Shelf Food Cupboard has been providing food assistance to  families in Montgomery County since March 2004.

In 2011 The Shepherd’s Shelf distributed 6,894 bags of food valued at $206,000 to over 3,500 individuals. Families seeking assistance receive a breakfast/lunch bag, a main meal bag, and a bag of USDA surplus food.  Milk, eggs, cheese, frozen meat, baby food, diapers, paper products and toiletries are also provided.

The Shepherd’s Shelf is a Montgomery Sounty Community Action Development Commission (CADCOM) cupboard.  Through this relationship we receive state funding through the TEFAP program and USDA surplus food.  

lokadel@comcast.net

NEW FUNDRAISING EVENT

GOLF BALL DROP!

What is a Golf Ball Drop?

It's a fun event involving a maximum of 1,000 golf balls dropping from a Harleysville Fire Company firetruck!

When will this happen?

On October 18 - 12:30 pm (following the conclusion of the parade), in conjunction with Harleysville Community Days

Where?

At the Community Center

This unique event, supporting The Shepherd's Shelf Emergency Food Pantry, will take place during Harleysville Community Days.  

Tickets are being sold for $10/ticket or 3 for $25.  

To purchase your tickets, contact Kim Itterly at kimitterly@gmail.com  or Dann Stephens at dann.stephens571@gmail.com.

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